Herb and Onion Tomato Soup: Sprinkle to taste on hot tomato soup.
Herb and Onion Chicken Under A Brick: Season boneless, skin-on chicken thighs with Flat Irons Rib Rub and place skin-side down in well-seasoned skillet. Lay a foil-lined brick or other heavy object on top of chicken. Heat over medium-high heat until skin is golden brown. Remove brick, flip chicken, and continue cooking until cooked through.
Flat Irons Prime Rib Rub Q&A
What is a good rub for prime rib?
We think our Flat Irons Prime Rib Rub is the perfect rub for a prime rib, but anything with a good amount of salt and lots of aromatics and herbs would make for a good prime rib rub.
When to put rub on prime rib?
As long as you apply your rub to the outside of your prime rib roast at least 2 hours before cooking, anytime works for rub application.
How much salt to rub on prime rib?
The amount of salt to rub on prime rib depends on how much salt you like to taste. We think our Flat Irons Prime Rib Rub has the perfect amount of salt to rub on your rib.
What is in prime rib rub?
Prime rib rub typically contains some sort of combination of salt, pepper, onion, paprika, lemon peel, garlic, celery, rosemary, thyme, dill weed, dill seed, turmeric, oregano, marjoram, caraway, coriander and parsley herbs and spices.